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Apr 6, 2010 5:00am EDT
's again before the end of the season. >> a fallout with congress could cost toyota a hefty fine. the government wants the company to pay after failing to disclose information about all to gas pedals. they will pay a record $16.4 million. executives are probably thinking less about what is in their bank accounts and more about what a fine could do to their image. correct toyota knew back sean -- on -- >> toyota the back on september 29 about the pedals. >> we will have more on the possible funds coming up. >> in session 2010, it is down the next few days for legislators to battle on the floor. only 43 pieces of legislation has passed. jennifer franciotti is live with details on bills still on the floor. >> it is going to be a very busy week. a lot of unfinished business. the house has passed 15 pieces of legislation. the senate has passed 28. they will resume debate on ninth gang bill. some believe the definition -- debate on the a gang bill. some believe the definition is too broad. they also will look at cell phone bills. the senate is trying to decide on pieces of sex offender
NBC
Apr 20, 2010 5:00am EDT
money back from toyota. this could mean money back from drivers who have paid deductibles. at least six insurers have started reviewing claims involving reclaimed vehicles. toyoda called the move common practice. >> the company is fixing tens of thousands of cars. we have today's business news with jane king. good morning. >> toyota it is expanding its recall on some suv's. they are recalling 21,000 land cruisers in europe. toyota it is halting land cruiser production in japan. they are recalling 9400 lexus vehicles in the u.s. they share the same stability control system. lexus dealers should have the software to repair the suv's by the end of this month. we have laid flat start to things this morning. goldmansachs -- things will be interesting. we did have a big boost at citibank. the mass of volcanic eruption in iceland may have the maryland hotel industry feeling stress. they are in a holding pattern. others are unable to get to their destination. consolation energy said more than one under 50 children will join their parents where volunteers will make 1500 sandwiches for local soup
NBC
Apr 1, 2010 5:00am EDT
on the automakers today. especially toyota. >> the fastest growing airline is speeding things up. we will tell you how they are making things easier for you to get to your destinations faster. we go through them all the time. doors that mark the day's events. new beginnings. endings. routines. revealing the stories and dramas -- the victories and challenges -- that help us go through new doors of our own. be part of the story. colonial williamsburg. >> it doesn't really matter what the traffic is like. >> there is nothing happening on the roads at the moment. we are looking at an easy start to your thursday morning commute. 61-mile-per-hour there on the northeast side. not bad on the west side. we're at 50-mile-per-hour. 59 toward baltimore national pike in the outer loop. problem free on the harrisburg expressway. we can check drive types as well. 11 minutes on the outer loop. about a five-minute ride from the area of 95 at the 895 split down towards fort mchenry. that's a new camera. nice to see that and nice to see especially that there are not delays there. now a live view of traffic at the we
NBC
Apr 29, 2010 5:00am EDT
brand. toyota it is recalling 50,000 sequoya suv's. they need to control that. no accidents or injuries have been linked to this control f law. toyota will reimburse you for those charges. i'm jane king. back to you. >> thank you. passengers may get a break from the waiting game as new airline delayed rules kick in today. an airline will have limits to how long they can make passengers wait before they can take off. after two hours of delays, passengers must be given water and food. after three hours, airlines must offer passengers the option of getting off the plane. >> they will cancel those flights. the flights are so heavily booked and it will take a long time to get passengers out to their destination. >> airlines could be fined more than $27,000 per passenger. >> 44 degrees. we will get another look at your morning commute. >> you have heard about the miracle on ice. it plays out like the migraine on ice for the capitals. you'll see why. >> e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> now 11 sports. >> the good news for the orioles comes out of the minor leagues. there was a
NBC
Apr 14, 2010 5:00am EDT
networking site hopings to turn a profit. >> plus, more problems more toyota. a review telling customers not to buy a car forces the auto maker to pull it off the market. details in our consumer alert. >> that was the car you just saw there. >> difficult to see this morning. >> yeah. >> i don't even know if there are any cars on the road. according to our speed sensors, there are no delays, so that's a good thing. yeah, watch for the fog this morning, definitely reducing speeds and visibility out there. we also have this problem from yesterday, the water main break along keith avenue at clinton street, all lanes are closed there. we also have the ramps on and off from northbound and southbound 95 shut down periodically as they continue to do their work there. 50 miles per hour on southbound 95 coming out of the northeast, so perhaps getting a bit sluggish there. no problems to report further south on 95. 58 miles per hour on the west side outer loop. problem on 83 this morning, aside from the fog. 895 and i-70 looking good. live view of the fog, 83 north and southbound running without de
NBC
Apr 19, 2010 5:00am EDT
. >> toyota has agreed to pay a $60 million fine. they recall more than 2 million cars because of sudden acceleration. they should have reported the defect. ray lahood accused the company of knowingly hiding the problem. the fine is the largest ever for a car maker. good news for airline fees. five major airlines have promised to not charge for an carried on the feet. ben cardin has joined charles schumer in fighting this fee. >> a huge bank is charge of fraud. jane king joins us with a look at the business news. good morning. >> good morning. we're talking about goldman sachs and a big lawsuit on friday. the sec king at a -- accusing goldman sachs of fraud. the allegations did come on friday. this came before the market collapse. the sec said goldmansachs did not tell investors about this. the investors lost about $1 billion. they may face similar lawsuits overseas. stocks were sent tumbling on friday. shares in europe are falling in europe. we may get a big announcement, from lockheed martin. they may be teaming up with sikorsky aircraft and they may bid on a new contract. best buy it
NBC
Apr 15, 2010 5:00am EDT
in a year. finally toyota testing all of its s.u.v.'s for safety problems in response to its lexus gs 460 getting a "don't buy" rating from consumer reports and the first sticky gas pedal hearing for may 13. there's at least 180 shareholder lawsuits from the sudden acceleration incidents. at the noork stock exchange i'm jane king with your "bloomberg" news report. >> thank you. >> the time is now 5:21,44 degrees on tv hill. coming up we'll get another look at your morning commute with traffic and weather together. >> i'm pete gilbert, coming up in sports the orioles doing? season for the first time, unfortunately it's nothing good. they simply fail to compete. what went wrong against the rays straight ahead. >> and don't forget to email us your response to our water cooler question of the day. should foster children be denied due to religious beliefs >> now 11 news with sports with pete gilbert. >> fans, we need to remember there's only 5% of the season gone. basically not a whole lot yet. there's a lot of baseball yet to be played however the orioles manage tods say this year they are go
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